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,00445. >> after more than 60 years campbell soup is the premise that out as light and sacramento. the closure will leave some 800 employees out of the job. campbell says people just are buying cancelled like they used to so they must cut costs. the first phase of layoffs will affect 290 employees and their last day will be in february. the second wave will hit in may with 320 cuts. for the remaining 150 workers, their last day will be in july. net flicks is now free to create a facebook at the shares users and viewing history if they opt and after the company successfully lobbied congress to amend a 1988 law. net flicks as a will launches also features in the u.s. sometime this year. net flicks and other companies may not share users of video streaming history on sites like facebook if users opt and on line. users can choose on a case by case basis whether to share certain activity and they can opt out anytime. >> the live look at the james lick freeway and severances gin san francisco. we right back. >> good morning and thank you for waking up the kron4 morning news. we have a freeze warning
'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, january 8th. >>> we begin with continuing coverage of the near disaster on the san francisco bay that we first covered on ktvu channel 2 news at noon yesterday. this morning, the u.s. coast guard will meet with the pilot of the oil tanker that sideswiped a tower of the bay bridge. ktvu's alex savidge joins us live with new details about this bar pilot's past. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. a coast guard spokesperson tells me there will be an update on this investigation coming after the team is briefed at 8:00 this morning. we do know that investigators will be sitting down later today and talking with the pilot at the controls of this 750-foot oil tanker when it struck one of the bay bridge towers. he's identified as george close with eight years experience. he did pass an alcohol test yesterday and the results of a drug test may come back today. yesterday's accident yesterday after the vessel was heading back to sea. there was heavy fog in the area at the time. that cut visibility on the bay to just about a
with ahmed wali karzai tomorrow. >>> as kyla campbell reports from our washington d.c. newsroom, several are already going against the white house's call for executive action. >> reporter: any executive order the president makes on gun laws would just be to push his own agenda and this is not what is best for the country. the group has said there should not be new gun legislation and instead the government should do a better job of enforcing current laws. vice-president joseph biden is leading the panel to get feedback from both sides. vice-president joseph biden's comments about using an executive order are stirring up controversy. >> that i think changes the game and throws into question the legitimacy of the federal government. >> hollywood is sending representatives to the white house and more on their spending when i see you next. kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> the state teacher's fund is planning on investing in guns to make guns illegal in california. they do not want their pension money invested into freedom groups who make rifles like the one used in the school s
, they will meet with gun rights' groups. as kyla campbell reports, they are making their position known. >> reporter: they do not want new gun laws but enforcing laws already on the books will cause more violence. president barack obama says he wants quick action on new gun control legislation. in the wake of the school shooting in newtown connecticut they pushed every armed guard. the n ra is willing to put up a fight and says the president can act for approval without congress. >> the president will take executive action to be taken and we have not decided what that is yet and we are complying with the attorney general... >> and that right there has a lot of gun lobbiests fired up and i will tell you more when i see you next. kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> they will reexamine safety procedures after what happened in connecticut. they are looking into an adult school to come up with a violent pattern. >>> there was a scare in los angeles after gunfire. the reason police were able to move in quickly and make an arrest. >>> new this morning, military jets may fly through
clark. >> i'm tori campbell. >>> police are investigating a violent night in san francisco's potrero hill neighborhood. paul chambers is live with information on injuries after a shooting and a stabbing just a block apart. paul? >> reporter: good morning, tori. now, police released the -- the scene here. take a look at some video here. police say the first time scene happened about 1:40 this morning. shots were fired in the potrero hill neighborhood. police say a 53-year-old man was exiting vehicle when he was struck by a bullet in his foot. he was taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. almost two hours later and after officers left the first scene, they were called back, this time responding to a stab. in that situation, police say the victim was stabbed while inside a home. he then walked outside where someone called 911. he was taken to an area hospital with three stab wounds to the chest. he's expected to survive. police say as of right now, they do not believe the two crimes are connected and they do not have any information about motives or suspects in either
hiring? >>> good morning. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's friday, january 4th. >>> right now, pg&e is still working to restore power to dozens of customers in san francisco. they lost power after a driver fleeing from police crashed into a power pole in a caltrain parking lot. ktvu's claudine wong has been at the scene since 4:30 this morning and has more. they are making some progress? >> reporter: yes, tori. since we last economicked in with you, we -- checked in with you, they've made some progress. there was a power pole hanging from the top of the hours and hanging down. the big step was to get that down. now it's laying on the tree. they said once they -- on the ground. they said once they did that, they would be able to fix the power. take a look at this scene right now. it's a mess. it's been that way for more than five hours since this chase happened. it started at 1:50 this morning. san francisco police telling me this actually started as a chp place that ended up down in the streets of san francisco. they say the driver fled from a traffic stop, ended up crashing i
wants to bring it down to 1500 feet. temperatures tomorrow after the foon, 62 in san jose. 63, campbell. beautiful day, los gatos. 61 wreed city. upper 50s coastside, 59 in half moon bay. 57 in the sunset district. doesn't get better than this, north bay, 63 in santa rosa. heading out towards east bay, 62 oakland. 60 concord. for the monterey bay, 60s in monterey. 65 degrees in gilroy. accu-weather forecast, slight thursday. you'll notice highs will be hovering around low 50s by thursday. those are highs. chilly friday morningç'yrx. weekend, another slight chance of showers sunday. but won't be as cold heading into the weekend. >> thank you. >> still to come, prince charles reveals how he feels about becoming a grandfather. what he worries his grandchild will inherit. >> proof you are what you eat. and how what is in your stomach can p >>> in san jose, thieves stole a van belonging to a doggy spa, and then, rammed a van into a shop called up in smoke. this happened at the corner of ross avenue. the place was demolished. the damage being assessed and shop owner reports thieves took off
in campbell and 59 for half moon bay and sunshine in redwood city to palo alto and san francisco warming to 59: santa rosa is 63 and 64 vallejo and 61 in union city and livermore is 61 and 60 for pittsburg. how is traffic? >> good conditions. if you are in san jose it is fog -free and northbound 87, past the pavilion we have a few headlights headed there and very light. san rafael, no fog, either, the headlights moving toward lincoln and the civic center with traffic light and fog free. we have heavy fog between antioch and pittsburg. thick fog there and eastbound road work to a street, and westbound is moving nicely from antioch toward concord. road work 380 to grand, south san francisco, two lanes are blocked until 7:00 a.m. and, again, as we talked about it is a "spare the air" with patches of thick fog could slow you down. >> it is 4:50. state regulators begin a hearing on the hazard guessed by a leaking nuclear power plant and what occupants are demanding be done. apanic in a rail station when an escalator reverses direction and alright let's break it down. mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apa
that has not been seen in 17 years. good afternoon. i'm tori campbell. decision came down one hour ago and barry bonds will not be inducted this year into the baseball hall of fame. ktvu's tara moriarty joins us live now with a look at how many vote esgot and what happened to the other -- votes he got and what happened to the other players. >> reporter: barry bonds only garnered 42% of the votes. bonds isn't alone no one made it this year and that has not happened since 1996. now, many say this is a clear rebutte to the steroid. bonds, clemens and roger clemens all denied big yowas close topping the ballot with 68% of the votes. he fell 39 votes short. now, bonds hit a major league record, 762 home runs. he run an unprecedented mvp. clemens won seven cy young awards. boat finished their careers amid steroid allegations. steroids were not banned at the time. but criticism led to major league baseball including drug testing in the game with strict suspension penalties. now, murph and matt weighed in on the top. brian murphy told ktvu that he shot bonds should have been inducted. >> every
at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. >> walnut creek, campbell, and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good morning, everyone, 5:13 on tuesday morning, this is live at a picture of high definition from the rooftop camera toward the ferry building and the bay bridge and office buildings in san francisco with in fog here but we did not get the quality of fog we expected anywhere. leigh glaser is here, yes, leigh glaser, with the forecast soon. >> the second anniversary of a mass shooting in tucson, arizona, the targeted was congresswoman gabrielle giffords and she now is taking a stand against the violence as the healing continues in connecticut and colorado. now we go live to washington, dc. >> good morning, kristen. gabrielle giffords is on a mission on the 2nd anniversary of the tucson shooting she and her husband are launching a campaign to curb gun violence. >> survivors from tucson have not abandoned the push for change joining hundreds at a service praying for new laws. former congresswoman gabrielle giffords was among those badly injured at the shooting two years ago, t
carla campbell reports, chuck hagel is getting much needed support. >> reporter: there is so much opposition facing him and his organization is fighting back. the pro group is forcing strategical leadership and the group says they do not feel the need to defend him at this point but they are counting on the white house to drum up support and it will be tough for them. senate and democrats say they don't believe hagel can protect our country. >> i consider him to be a distincted man with a great record but also pro foundly wrong on some of the biggest security threats today namely nuclear iran... >> reporter: an accurate record shows he has supported tough sanctions against iran and we have somebody speaking out on that next, carla campbell ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> president barack obama is expected to make his next white house chief of staff tim geithner to raise the debt ceiling and the president also needs to finds a new chief of staff. >>> they approved extra severance pay for dozens of lesbians discharged under the don't ask don't tell bill. the 2. $4 million settlemen
'm tori campbell. it's monday, january 7th. >>> breaking news in the east bay. we're learning what caused -- what looked like a lot of smoke in the berkeley area, turns out it was just a steampipe that burst at a factory. let's go to sal. >> we got a lot of calls in the newsroom. we turned the camera to it. we can show you this picture now. it's just a bunch of team coming from a factory. we have different parts of the steam coming from a broken steampipe or it may be normal operations. but people saw this and said there is a fire in berkeley. well, we called the berkeley fire department. they are not working any fire and they assured us this is just steam. that's good news. as we look at the steam coming up, now that it will be light, i don't think people will be freaking out quite as much as they were. at least one gentleman thought it was pretty ominous to see that smoke. it's just steam. right now traffic is not affected in this area in berkeley, east of interstate 80. back to you. >> thank you, sal. >>> the family of a san francisco woman who was set on fire is pleading for the suspe
in campbell over the holidays. jackson dakota was killed by a hit and run driver on december 23rd. the family says he was struck along the expressway and campbell avenue. so far there are no witnesses to the crash and the family says investigators with the chp are not providing many answers. after our phone call, the chp said it would speak with the family. family members say they were told that the suspect's vehicle might be a white gmc truck with frond end damage. >> a science teacher is being called a hero tonight after another school shooting. this time it happened here in california. it happened at taft union high school in kern county. that's about 40 miles south of bakersfield. the sheriff's dep says the 16-year-old student shot a classmate just after 8:30 this morning. a science teacher at that school quickly inner vened and convinced the shooter to put the shotgun down. the suspect was then arrested. the victim is expected to survive. no word yet on the motive, but other students at the school say the shooter was known as a loner. >> this shooting comes as the vice president held a m
will be assigned to the missiles. >>> the government released the job report for december. as kyla campbell reports from the washington dc news room, the numbers are up but the same from the month before. kyla a . >> reporter: there was some growth in december. 155,000 jobs were added. that is up slightly from november when 146,000 jobs were added. the unemployment rate stays at 7.8%. that's the same as november now that the bureau of labor statistics revised those numbers. economists credit small businesses are creating 25,000 new jobs last month. meantime, the labor department says 3 million workers are hopelessly unemployed. they call those who have not looked for jobs in the last four weeks discouraged workers. we will see how this all plays out on wall street. opening bell in 15 minutes. in the meantime i'll be digging through the report to see which sectors saw the most growth. more on that when i see you next. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel # news. >>> food truck owners and restaurant owners have been fighting over how much space the food trucks have to given over restaurant
madsen was killed on december 23rd by a hit-and-run driver at campbell and santa monica expressway. the chp is on the case, but the family says they've been given no information on the investigation. the chp tells us they're working on getting nor leads. investigators are looking for a white gmc truck with damage to the front end. if you have any information, you're asked to contact the chp. >>> in it oakland, the man accused of setting his girlfriend on fire now faces formal charges of arson and attempted murder. 22-year-old dexter oliver face tszed a judge pleaded in the got to setting her girlfriend on fire in san francisco last week. the 25-year-old star lamar remains in critical condition with burns to her face and upper body. her family tells the chronicle oliver burned her during a fight because she wanted him to help her carry clothes to the laundromat. prosecutors say oliver was on prosecuti probation. >>> investigators are now trying to determine what caused a adly big rig crash that shut down a busy highway in vallejo at the height of the commute this morning. the big ri
. they're working their fastest off to get the answers for jackson's family. live in campbell tonight. >>> thank you, stephanie. for many, the bone-chilling evening in the bay area. a live look outside with our south bay hd cam. saratoga, low 30s. san francisco tonight. 49ers red before the big playoff game. stops in the 40s. temperatures in the 40s. jeff ranieri joins us with the freeze warning and coalest temperature -- coldest temperature ts. east bay, 39 in livermore. 36 in oakland. south bay, numbers are widespread dropping into the 30s. santa theresa, los gatos, and 39. already at the hour. south bay, colder than where you should be for the average morning low. get a look at the freeze warning where it is critical, north bay, east bay, south bachy. not only tomorrow morning. saturday morning. several days of morning temperatures below 30 degrees in the areas we highlighted not only that could kill sensitive plants. but also, possibly produce crop damage. the north bay will have the coldest zone of 25 to 29 for the morning hours. right here, the bay, a frost advisory. not as cold
, and drugs is ever struck when they arrested him. detectives also surged average storage locker in campbell and safe on packages that may been stolen from homes in san jose. watching gas prices across the bay area of the prices and 2012 are starting to edge upward and the new year. the average price for a gallon of regular gas and francisco's $3.67 this morning the bay area but san jose and oakland the average is $3 of 59¢ and $3.57. these prices compared to the state average of $3.60. we will be back with more news. staples is the number 1 office super store ink retailer in america. now get $6 back in staples rewards for every ink cartridge you recycle when you spend $50 on hp ink. staples, that was easy. what's in the latest bout of colorado today james of halls of the suspect in colorado's movie theater shooting is expected to appear in coat and less than two hours. the grisly details surrounding the mass shootings could finally go public as a preliminary hearing gets underway. prosecutors are expected to call scores of witnesses this week as they out on their evidence in the case. holm
bay leading 17-3. earlier today, in the afc game, former houston oiler earl campbell was the honorary captain as the texans hosted the cincinnati bengals. houston had the ball in a 6-0 lead in the second quarter, when matt schaub was picked off by leon hall. hall takes it back 21 yards for the score. bengals in front 7-6. the texans got only one touchdown. arian foster dives one yard for a 16-7 lead. foster rushed for 140 yards on the day. the bengals within 6 late in the third, but had a drive come to an end when dalton was picked off by joseph. that led to a field goal that put the texans in front by nine. not pretty, but houston wins 19-13. the texans will move on to round 2 of the playoffs at new england. >>> the warriors tonight playing their second straight game against the division-leading los angeles clippers, trying to make it two wins in a row. we'll have that for you at 10:00, along with all the rest of the day's sports on sports wrap. see you then. >> thanks, joe. >> sure. >>> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2news. we'll see you the next time news breaks. >> and we're
legislation. as kyla campbell reports, president barack obama wants to move quickly with any recommendations. kyla? >> reporter: dave, the vice- president has given them a few weeks to come up with regulation on gun control. -- legislation on gun control. vice-president joseph biden is meeting with gun control leaders and tomorrow he will be sitting down with the n ra and other groups. they want to place more focus on mental health and violent video games. -- violent video games. they are sending members as vice-president joseph biden continues with the series of meetings. and he was invited to the house -- white house but de-- white house but declined. more on that later in my next update. >>> thompson is chairman for the gun violence prevention task force. he want to hear more ideas on making things safer. the meeting will go on until 8:30. >>> tomorrow water service will be back to normal after a plumbing problem which lasted several hours. an alert was issued yesterday at 1:00 and that means water can only be used for urgent patient care. water service was restored shortly after 5:00 la
are saying about a confirmation hearing when i see you next. carla campbell ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a shooting killed 6 people and severally injured former congresswoman gabrielle giffords. [ music ] >> an enter faith prayer service was held for many including ron barber. the memorial foundation is being started in member runs of that -- rememberance of that tragedy. >>> the deadly shooting in aurora, which happened during that deadly movie theater massacre, that story is coming up at 6:45. in just a few hours, they will go to the lawmakers for new state regulations for ammunition sales. nancy skinner has written regulations to create stricter standards for ammunition sales. it will require them and will report all sales to the state department of justice. >>> the cable channel has been sold to al jazeer and he said he had a wonderful time but he said it started with the founder al gore, not al jazeer. he said it had been bought for 500 and wanted to focus on international news. >>> a four month effort in san francisco to get drinkers into programs, the city has been targeting
and as campbell reports, he is not fully supported by even his own party. carla? >> reporter: officials say president barack obama will nominate chuck hagel as the next secretary of defense. hagel will be the first not mated for the post an is considered a good addition to the president's cabinet. there is still bits of shrapnel in his chest and headed an investment banking firm. he was elected to the senate and retired in 2009. mitch mcconnel told us what is expected. >> to have a full understanding and close relationship with our israeli allies and the importance of having a robust military. >> reporter: but some say hagel does not fit the bill and we will have more ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> elliot spitzer will not continue with his show now that the show has been sold to al jazeer. he is with al gore, not with al jazeer. he purchased the television show for 500 bucks and the governor is also giving up the show he has been doing on current television. >>> they are letting you share pets. they created city dog share and it is a non-profit organization where dog owners can trade walk
and campbell. also 30s common east of the bay inland. 40s around the central bay but these numbers are going down and that is why we do have a freeze warning in effect for the red highlighted areas which are the north and east bay numbers in the upper 20s by tomorrow overnight and friday overnight. otherwise, most of the bay area near freezing. it's live, it's high-def doppler radar. this right here is the cold front that's now sliding gradually to the south. not a lot of moisture associated with it but we're zeroing in at this time east of the bay anywhere from crockett through hercules, el sobrante. hit and miss scattered showers towards seven trees. no accumulation anticipated from this cold front. it's the colder air mass behind it that will leave its mark, snow level tomorrow 1500 feet which means we could see a dusting at mount tam. obviously some light snow around diablo and mount hamilton. this area of low pressure really moisture-free. but behind it right here, where you see that popcorn looking effect, that reflects the colder air mass
some myths. we talked to deb campbell, san francisco animal control, who says, yes, there are anywhere from 12 to 18 coyotes living in some of the more wildland areas of san francisco, the parks and what not. how they get here? well, believe it or not, they came across the golden gate bridge. and they have video of them walking across the bridge from marin county. are they dangerous to humans? no. they are not. they are skittish animals that will run away, 99.9% of the time unless there's something wrong with them. keep your pet food out of the yard. keep your dogs in the early morning. they will move on once the food supply runs out. reporting live from twin peaks, i'm ken bastida, back to you. >>> today marks two years since the shooting rampage at a supermarket in tucson, arizona. those bells ringing honoring the six people who died when a gunman opened fire on an event held by then congresswoman gabrielle giffords. she was among the 12 wounded. today she and her husband used the anniversary to announce a new gun control camp
except half moon bay and points south and coming out 17 and headed through los gatos and campbell and toward, say, the southern section of san jose that is where we are seeing the light rain. it passed through mountain view and cupertino and sunnyvale and you are in the clear for now. headed through time, this stream is going to continue through the morning hours so if you live near the coast you have the best chance of wet weather and snow at 2,000 feet as we head into the afternoon hours this stream will dry up so we are going through the worst of the wet weather right now until noon. >> light in san jose. good morning, everyone, happy thursday, we call it "little friday" around here. northbound 87, headlights headed beyond the pavilion with light conditions and no problems. we have a high wind advisory for the bay bridge and san mateo not yet but there are a few brake lights and the headlights headed to hayward which is a good drive on the bridge. road work eastbound four leveraged until 6:00 this morning, and westbound, the commute direction is still looking like a nice drive
campbell. >>> time 5:15. weeks after metal thieves stole a war memorial from a park in petaluma donations are pouring in to -- stolen from walmart park sometime around september 21st. authorities think thieves used an electric saw to remove a plaque from its base. they have raised more than $9,000 to replace that plaque. >>> north bay an overflow crowd at the third and final community forum on gun violence. bay area congressman mike thompson hosted the meeting. thompson is chairman of the gun violence prevention task force. last night people packed the hallway just waiting to speak. >> gun owners have responsibilities to keep those guns out of the hands of mentally ill, drug years,. >> i see no purpose whatsoever to own an assault weapon. at the same time i am not in favor of gun control. >> congressman thompson has held meetings in vallejo and napa. he'll take back what he has heard from the task force in washington, d.c.. >>> angry students, teachers, and staff at city college of san francisco are planning a campus protest at 9:00 this morning. they are outraged over the administration
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in this dialogue, it's so human. >> reporter: the prosecutor, jack campbell, had never heard of restorative justice. because of the unusual circumstances, decided to try it. the families wanted no more than 15 years for connor. campbell offered 20. far less than in similar cases. >> the gromeres found this process through their faith and experience to be cathartic, helpful in their heal iing. this may be one way to help a parent but it's certainly not a fix-all tool. >> reporter: two families trying to come to grips s with a devastating tragedy through forgiveness. mark potter, nbc news, miami. >> along with connor's parents, mike and julie mcbride, joining us from florida. this is about radical forgiveness. to be clear, you came to this not after some long passage of time, but in those excruciating moments when your daughter was on life support. what happened? how is it that you decided to forgive? >> well, it's a process for that week. i went through and, you know, i felt like my daughter was asking me to forgive connor and i just told her i couldn't and there was no way that i could. at the end
we are tracking some low 50s in san jose, campbell and two of the cold spots. let's take you outside to the live hd network. it tgif. down here in san jose, no storm activity now. what you are seeing is all of the haze. high pressure compressing all of the dirt particles down to the surface giving us moderate air quality. there's palo alto. plenty of concerns with the most recent storm systems and that's going to be a concern for folks who live out there no matter what when we get rainfall out of all this season. with this storm system, it will be weaker so that's some good news for those of you in palo al it to. so here comes our storm. we've been tracking this all week. it looks like it would take the track down the coastline. slightly more inland so that had will boost up our expected rainfall totals to a quarter to a half inch so take the jacket for saturday and also early sunday. then the big change in our forecast today is the rain has sped up in terms of its time line. 6:00 a.m. tomorrow the cloud cover. expected to be dry. brain spreads from the north bay down to the south ba
minutes and i'll break the numbers down for you when i see you next. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> time 5:15 officials at al jazeera will be meeting with the staff in san francisco. as we told you before, the news channel bought the progressive bay area network for half a billion dollars. al jazeera hasn't said whether it will keep current tv officers on townsend street but gentleman sere are does plan to keep a bureau in -- al jazeera plans to keep a bureau. >>> new this morning, 49ers ceo judd york is offering new details expected to open. he says the team's object is to make the fans experience adds great as it possibility can be. the new stadium is designed with open concourses so you can see the game while you're waiting at concession stands and it will be high-tech with fans able to potentially leave their wallets at home and use their smartphone to pay for everything. >>> la salle's high school football coach is expected to announce he is stepping down after 34 seasons. he is california's all time winningest high school football l coach with 399 vic
. we have some light rain showers around los altos through sunnyvale, cupertino, and in campbell. very light precipitation, not even measuring a lot. this is more of a cold system dropping our snow level tonight overnight into thursday down to 1500 feet. yes, mount tamalpais, you can see a little bit of a light dusting as this cold front continues to surge in a southerly direction. see the cotton balls, popcorn effect? that's a cold air showing the passage of the front. once that comes to the bay area we are stuck in the cold through the weekend. friday ocean beach upper 40s, king tides in effect with high swells and surf. dies down on the weekend but the rip current risk is high. speaking of highs, not very high at all. let's check out, 40s and 50s. typically we should be near 60 degrees. plus factor in a northwest wind 10 to 20 miles per hour, meanwhile there you have your extended forecast where we do have no 60s in sight all the way through this time next week. that is your opinion pinpoint forecast. -- as than -- and that is your pinpoi
and drugs is average truck when they arrested him. they also searched a storage locker in campbell and found packages that make insulin from homes in san jose. >> the number of locations continues to rise across the country. the cdc says more than a third of the states are on the verge of academic levels. more than 2200 people have been hospitalized in the united states. 18 children have died so far this flu season. the cdc says the uptick in flu activity this year comes about a month before authorities normally see at and that the primary strain has been associated in the past with more severe flu seasons. the flow of the peaks in january february or even later. the fda as does the out new rules in an effort to eliminate food borne illnesses like salmonella, listeria and e. coli. one of the proposed rules requires science based standards for growing, harvesting, packing and holding produce on domestic and foreign firms. the sec rule requires companies that plans for full board illnesses. each year one out of every six americans could six from the board illnesses and about 3000 die. if the p
. >> detectives also searched stafford storage locker in campbell and said they found packages that may have been stolen from homes in san jose. >> authorities are investigating a shooting that injured a 16 year-old girl near responsiveness to the needs high school in millbrae. >> the san mateo county sheriff's office says the shooting happened late saturday across the street from high school. police also said they currently do not have a suspect description. >> police are searching for a suspect after a taxi driver was stabbed outside of the macarthur bart station. >> police say that around 645 saturday night in man got into a taxicab outside the bart station on 40th street. the suspect in driver then got into an argument which ended when the suspect that the driver. >> the man then fled the scene on foot and a cab driver was taken to hospital. >> the victim is is that a condition of pleaser still searching for the missing suspect. >> good news for hockey fans. >> the end h. l. lockout is said end after more than 1100 days--. >> the lead employers associated reached a tentative deal and the pulp
. >>> the campbell soup plant will layoff 290 workers on february 1st. last september the company affianced it's shutting down the production facility because it costs more to operate than any other soup plant in the country. workers say they are helping each other stay strong during their final days. >> say this about the organization. they are holding up well. lot of respect for the work force and the organization. >> the company said people are not buying as much canned soup as they used to. production at the plant will be shifted to texas, ohio and north carolina. >>> now in contrast ford is hiring. 2200 computer programmers, engineers and other white collar workers, they say that's in addition to the 8100 jobs it added in the last year. ford said increased production and new models require more works. they say demand for cars, trucks and suv's is at the highest level since before the recession started. >> a real life batman is fighting crime he has become a hit on facebook. he wants to keep his name a secret to protect his family. during the day he is a college student but at night he
showers through the morning hours. continuing to pick up light rain over campbell. cupertino and if i shift over a a little bit. this is the pink mix, rain and snow. some of the highest peaks in and around 4,000 feet or higher than that perhaps, a bit of a dusting for areas near mount hamilton this morning. along 680, light rain and milpitas seeing sprinkles at 580. pleasanton and few sprinkles and we watch the rainfall over areas near pittsburgh and highway four. this is tapering off. it is sliding south. as we back it up, it is easy to see how it is shifting south. we are getting the wrap around showers. this will begin to dwindle, by the afternoon. we are left with partly cloudy and dry conditions. here we are. 8:00 still, few scattered showers and they are still here. they continue to move south. still with us. by moon time. and dry. partly cloudy skies and into sunset. about 5:05. what can we expect temperature wise. 40s out the door this morning. we are five to 10 degrees warmer than we were yesterday. with the overcast skies. it is cool and breezy. mostly cloudy and upper 40s a
say he may have gotten into a fight at the spot, it's a bar in downtown campbell, which is the last place madsen was seen. there's a 911 call it came from his own cell phone a short time before his death. >> to know that he had a 911 call and it was from his cell phone, him huffing and puffing like he's running from something, that's the only thing that i can think of and it won't get out of my mind. >> the chp says it has specially trained investigators working on the case. officers are calling it a top priority. >>> 9:27 right now, we'll have a look at weather and traffic right after this. >>> welcome back. it is going to be on the chilly side but no longer have a freeze warning in place as temperatures have slowly but surely creeped above that freezing mark. we're now at 39 degrees and 35 in santa cruz, nonetheless it's still cold and nowe're going to bring in a few showers in the forecast, between about 2:00 and 6:00, not expecting much but enough to get you wet if you're outdoors without that umbrella so bring it with you today. 51 in livermore, about 49 degrees in sunnyvale. s
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